Brent crude falls more than $2 per barrel, data weighs
LONDON Oct 3 (Reuters) - Brent crude oil futures extended losses on Wednesday to fall more than $2 per barrel as weak data intensified worries about the global economy and the outlook for oil demand.
By 1246 GMT, oil Brent crude was down $2.03 per barrel at $109.54.
Chinese and European PMI data came in below expectations. (Reporting by Simon Falush; Editing by Anthony Barker)
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